Dominique Hussey and Melissa Dimilta write the Canada chapter in the first edition of the WTR Trademark Litigation Review. They look at trademark litigation in Canada at a high level, including causes of action, remedies, evidence and defences. They cover the key aspects of:
- legislative framework and causes of action;
- litigation venue and formats;
- lamages and disgorgement;
- evidencing the case; and
- available defences.
The full chapter is available at World Trademark Review.
Please note that this publication presents an overview of notable legal trends and related updates. It is intended for informational purposes and not as a replacement for detailed legal advice. If you need guidance tailored to your specific circumstances, please contact one of the authors to explore how we can help you navigate your legal needs.
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